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The mayor of Hunstanton has resigned from the role.

Town council officials announced Amanda Bosworth's decision to stand down in a statement this morning.

It said: "It is with the greatest of regret that we announce the resignation of our Mayor, Amanda Bosworth effective as of Thursday 12th September, 2019.

Amanda Bosworth, who has stepped down as Hunstanton's mayor
Amanda Bosworth, who has stepped down as Hunstanton's mayor

"Amanda has served Hunstanton both as councillor and more recently as Mayor (2018-2019) representing the town, contributing hugely to the continued success of this thriving community.

"We are sorry to lose such a hard working, enthusiastic and dedicated member of the council but respect her decision which cannot have been an easy one.

"Councillors and staff thank Amanda for her contribution to the well-being of Hunstanton and send her all good wishes for the future."

Amanda Bosworth with the current deputy mayor, Tony Bishopp
Amanda Bosworth with the current deputy mayor, Tony Bishopp

Mrs Bosworth, who previously worked as a European Union official, also stood as a Conservative candidate for the Hunstanton ward in May's West Norfolk Council elections.

The town council is next due to meet next Friday, September 20.



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